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China exporting more seafood to developing countries by Mark Godfrey January 07, 2019   |  Source : SeafoodSource  | Copyright : 2019 Diversified Communications

Exports have hit an all-time high at one of China’s leading distant-water ports, which is reporting strong growth in exports of processed products to developing countries – which in many cases are also the focus of China’s distant water fleets. ...

The US Supreme Court just declined to hear Exxon Mobil’s appeal in a climate change lawsuit by Umair Irfan January 07, 2019   |  Source : Vox  | Copyright : 2019 Vox Media, Inc.

The Supreme Court on Monday issued a significant ruling for ongoing legal battles around climate change by declining to hear oil giant Exxon Mobil’s appeal in its suit with the state of Massachusetts. In the appeal, the company was attempting to block t...

From dreams to fire: How Aboriginal Australians shaped biodiversity by Karl Gruber January 07, 2019   |  Source : Particle  | Copyright : Phys.org 2003 - 2019, Science X network

For many wild species, Aboriginal Australians shaped their diversity and distribution and even helped them thrive. Humans have been influencing their surroundings since prehistoric times. They've changed the land, established crops, hunted and raised a...

Global warming of oceans equivalent to an atomic bomb per second by Damian Carrington January 07, 2019   |  Source : The Guardian  | Copyright : 2019 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved.

Global warming has heated the oceans by the equivalent of one atomic bomb explosion per second for the past 150 years, according to analysis of new research. More than 90% of the heat trapped by humanity’s greenhouse gas emissions has been absorbed b...

Indonesia wants Malaysia to look into abducted fishermen January 05, 2019   |  Source : Malaysiakini

The Republic of Indonesia consulate in Tawau is concerned about the fate of three Indonesians who are still hostages of kidnappers from southern Philippines while working as fishermen in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) last year. Its consul, ...

Gambia-EU fishing deal is the best agreement so far, says Fisheries Permanent Secretary January 04, 2019   |  Source : The Point  | Copyright : The Point Newspaper

The permanent secretary at the Ministry of Fisheries, Water Resources and National Assembly Matters has said that the recent EU fishing deal with The Gambia is the best agreement so far compared to other countries, clarifying that the government of The Ga...

The US military is warning that China's fishing boats are bullies and could start a war on the high seas by Christopher Woody January 04, 2019   |  Source : Insider  | Copyright : 2019 Insider Inc.

China's "insatiable appetite" for seafood is straining the limited abilities of South American countries to enforce their maritime boundaries, according to a December 13 article in Dialogo, a website run by US Southern Command. Countries on the Atlanti...

Brazil was a global leader on climate change. Now it’s a threat. by LISA VISCIDI, NATE GRAHAM January 04, 2019   |  Source : Foreign Policy  | Copyright : 2019, THE SLATE GROUP

This coming November, delegates from nearly every country had been scheduled to gather in Brazil to discuss climate change at the 25th United Nations Conference of the Parties. When the meeting was planned, Brazil seemed a logical choice to host it. Not a...

Sudden public hearing on Mekong “rapids-blasting” project catches community group by surprise January 04, 2019   |  Source : Chiang Rai Times  | Copyright : 2019, Chiang Rai Times English News Paper

As a new year dawns, the waters of the Mekong River remain turbulent with uncertainty. While many take holidays and prepare for the new year, the people of the Mekong face an unknown future. Earlier this month, residents along the Mekong in Chiang Rai ...

Russia plans to compete with Alaska for Brazilian pollock market January 03, 2019   |  Source : SeafoodNews.com  | Copyright : 2019 Undercurrent News2019 Undercurrent News

Russia plans to increase its active promotion of domestic fish in foreign markets in the future. That will take place via large-scale marketing campaigns promoting Russian fish and seafood, according to recent statements of representatives of some Russian...

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